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Ten Years' Captivity in the Mahdi's Camp 1882-1892

by E.R. Wingate

In these memoirs of an Austrian Catholic missionary, it seems almost incredible that such sufferings as the European captives endured did not long ago bring to them the happy release of death they so ardently longed for; but it was not to be. The door of escape, which they had thought closed to them for ever, suddenly opened, and they did not fear to risk the dangers and perils of that terrible desert journey.

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